According to Forbes, the Federal Reserve recently estimated that nearly half of US households are unable to pay their credit card bills in full each month, and owe an average of more than $15,000, spread across an average of four credit cards.* Here are some tips from GreenPath to help you pay all of your bills on time.
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Each year, over 25% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions to spend less and save more money. Unsurprisingly, following through on these resolutions is harder than it seems. But, with proper planning and the right financial tools, it’s possible to accomplish this.
October 20, 2016 is International Credit Union Day and credit unions around the world are celebrating the act of putting people before profit, for 160 years…and counting. International Credit Union Day is a time in which credit unions celebrate their history, mission and for Community Choice, members too.
In just a few weeks, college freshmen will leave their hometowns and settle into their university dorms. Before they do, make sure they have all of the fundamentals necessary to excel on their own—financially. After the textbooks and mini-fridge are secured, make sure your college freshman is prepared to make the best financial decisions by equipping them with the right tools and advice. Check out these top money tips for college freshmen.
Before you use your credit card for that big purchase, you might want to consider using a personal loan instead. While your credit card may offer a lower interest rate than a personal loan, making an expensive purchase and carrying a high revolving balance can negatively impact your credit score. This will also cost you more money in interest payments, over time. Here are some helpful tips to help you choose between using a credit card or a personal loan.